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after actress jennifer grey and her partner danced before governor palin was interviewed. watch the video and listen to the host on jimmy kimmel. >> that's 24 out of 30. how does that feel? >> get, fantastic. >> exhausted that was a lot of fun, but that was good. >> if you don't want to see what happened to david hasselhoff you need to call. why is there booing? >> i don't know. >> support them now with your vote. >> tom? >> thank brooke i'm here with sarah palin. >> is that why there was booing? >> no because they felt jennifer gotten skewed, they should have gotten nines. >> greta: executive producer of "dancing with the stars" gave this statement. the booing was a direct response from the audience to jennifer and derek's score. rush limbaugh talked about going on the record. >> people have often told me what a great interviewer they think greta van susteren is. why do you think they say that? that's right she asks a question and let's her guest answer it and doesn't interrupt and get into arguments or attempt to keep the guest from shining the light. >> greta: we certainly ap
. >> jennifer, hailey and makayla were the most important people in my life and i really can't dig in a tpaoeu that insinuation with a response and i think the evidence put on by the prosecution speaks for itself. @ martha: a new picture is surfacing of the alleged mastermind behind the european terror plot. this is the number 3 leader. the security teams say that hall threats in this case are still active. president obama sitting down with families in iowa for another conversation on the economy. it's part of a major push to rally support ahead of the midterm election. major protests are erupting today all across europe. we showed you scenes from spain workers taking to the streets, shutting down cities angry over government spending cuts. this is a big story today, jury selection is now underway in the trial of the first kwaupb kwaupb da da guantanamo boy detainee. the blasts leveled the buildings in kenya and tans knee a killing 224 people, including 12 americans and injuring over a thousand more. people on the streets near that blast site were instantly incinerated, other people died unde
. there's a question about that. are two incomes always better than one? jennifer is ce of the family financial network. let me start out. it seems like a no brainer. you need more money, get two jobs. that's good. is it always good? >> it does seem like a no brainer. for many families it does make sense. at a time when there is so much insecurity about jobs and concerns of health care benefits. a lot of families use a second income to maybe save for a specific goal, like college or maybe even financing a business. >> there a lot of hidden costs with a second income. if you're not making enough, it can be a problem. >> you're right. that's the issue. becoming the victim of the dual income trap if you will. let's say the second person earns $50,000 in income. you have $10,000 to $15,000 going to taxes. that leads you with $35,000. we have clothing cost. we have transportation. maybe a car to get to our job. maybe we've got child care expenses. if you take those combined, they can easily come up to $15,000. that with wittle the net pay down to $20,000. then, of course, maybe you're thin
shourd might say about her confinement if she could. national security correspondent jennifer griffin interviewed two american women formerly imprisoned in tehran. >> sarah shourd can't tell you what it was really like inside an iranian prison, but american journalist roxana siberi can. >> i was told to sleep on the floor. given a few blankets. no pillow, no bed sheets or mattress. floor was made of cement and had a thin brown carpet on top of it. >> she was held in the tehran evan prison on the same ward, ward 209 as shourd and american academic asandiari. >> i was frightened. drew through the iron gates. >> wrote a book about the 105 days after being held in s solitairy confinement. >> on the floor, there was one folded gray blanket and copy of the quran. >> if i read my hands to the side i could almost touch both wall of the cell. maybe 7-by-9 feet. >> my worst day in solitary confinement was not the worst day. every single day of the 105 days was terrible, awful. >> same ward from shane bauer and josh fattal remain. at the pentagon, jennifer griffin, fox news. >> bret: former pres
have started this kind of industrial sabotage and the real motive behind it. jennifer griffin is live for us at the pentagon. what do we know about the virus and where it might have come from? >> reporter: what we know is that it's called stuxnet, it's a real tongue twister. what we now from the security firm is that 60% of the attacks by this worm have taken police inside iran. iranian officials are now saying that their nuclear facility, the one built by the russians has had technical difficulties as a result of this worm and we know that some of the centrifuges at the main facility in iran where they are enriching highly enriched uranium, it has been slowed down. the begs the question, jon, who is behind this cyber attack. it is a cyber attack. it is likely something that was embedded inc into software and t software, yes semens which is a german company sold a lot of software to the iranians that is used in the nuclear program. the question is, was it germany behind it, israel or was it the united states. the united states has a very sophisticated cyber command out at fort meade.
awkwardly. what you're seeing right there. >> what about the real stars. >> jennifer grey is one to point out. she had a really emotional moment in rehearsals. i think we have a clip about that. she broke down about missing patrick swayze. we don't have that clip right now, but -- >> one of the songs from the movie that she was assigned to dance to. this feeds into my other issue with "dancing with the stars." >> that no one puts baby in the corner. >> no one puts baby in the corner. when you're a professional dancer anyway doesn't that make it unfair competition? i feel like they should all be amateurs. >> she was only in dirty dancing. >> she had professional training, though. >> margaret was funny. >>> moving on because we can't do a scoop without mentioning lindsay lohan. late yesterday a warrant was issued for her arrest. we spoke earlier about the failed drug tests that happened last week. she is now do in court at 7:30 a.m. pacific time on friday and we'll know more about whether she's headed straight to jail after that court hearing. >> which means she'll show up at 10:00. >> no,
for impruchlt there. i think she did just fine. i think she did better than the situation did. jennifer grey is one of the favorites. we know her from "dirty dancing." i said to thomas roberts, if you have anything resembling a professional dancing background or you've been trained in dancing, you shouldn't be on it. it should be total amateur hour. >> a couple athletes beat people with professional dancing on the show. >> he had a huge advantage. >>> i don't know if you tuned in to hbo sunday night. "boardwalk empire" premiered. we've only been getting the builtup for about two years, i think. it was fantastic. the show set in atlantic city, the dawn of prohibition. how did it do? it was the biggest premier since 2004. it got 4.0 million viewers to draw comparison. the last time an hbo show premier that had well, it was "deadwood." they're considering it a huge success. so much so they've already ordered a second season. >> good business. and speaking of things we like watching, premier week. what should you watch? i'm breaking it down for you every day today. tonight, watch parenthood. it
in iran but has spread to india and indonesia but hasn't touched the u.s. much. >> shepard: jennifer grich live at the pentagon. thanks. >>> new information tonight on allegation of wide-spread cheating inside the f.b.i. the department of justice has a report that indicates investigators found evidence significant agents and supervisors cheated on major exam. it gauges knowledge of how and when they conduct surveillance on ordinary american citizens. according to the government report, they discovered f.b.i. employees used cheat sheets or compared notes taking the exam. a few agents took advantage of a computer program flaw that revealed the answers to the questions in front of them. last year, f.b.i. assistant director in washington retired as the officials reviewed test-taking in his office. >>> president obama says help is on the way for thousands of small businesses across the nation. but rapes call the plan a taxpayer bail-out. the president signed a bill in law to cut taxes for small businesses and give banks $30 billion to lend them. >> along with the middle class, small businesses
mentors who were open. jennifer was one of those people. it is people like jennifer that i am now giving vice to others. take risks, be loyal, have a sense of purpose and help other people. thank you. flu >> if you want to reach me afterwards, my email is mblake at whp.eop.gov. if you need anything else from us, go to wrous.gov. the young people go to healthcare.gov. you can stay on your parent's health plan until age 26. that is critical in communities right now. a few things, one, go visit the white house booth upstairs. it's just a train. it's not the coming of jesus right now. folks out here looking around right now. booth 309 is the booth. we ask them to be ambassadors of change. i think we've heard a lot. i want to put it in this context how we have started. these are the things we have been waiting for. thises beautiful from our end. a packed room. people who have been here since 9:00. realize the name of the group that has us here, impact. it's not just showing up. what are you going to leave and do? i want you to realize a consequence in action. in a few weeks, they're will be a
they're doing. >> i couldn't do those moves. hello. jennifer grey did really well. >> made people cry. >> "dirty dancing" come on. the lady can shake it. >> all right. >> we'll shake it to break. [ male announcer ] set down your pencils. step away from the internet. schedule no meetings. hold all your phone calls. for the next hour, there will be no agenda. marie callender's invites you back to lunch, with a new line of fresh recipes. like chicken teriyaki with crisp water chestnuts. it steams to perfection in minutes, giving the fresh flavors and textures of a homemade meal. marie's new steamed meals. it's time to savor. >>> all right. big, big story on capitol hill today. less than two hours from now the senate plans a procedural vote on ending the
are bracing for big swings as wall street hits the voltile monthof september. jennifer shaw hopefully can provide some answers. will the september rally continue? >> we've had the worst august in nine years big question this coming week that is because what somebody called data palooza week. we have data ones retail sales, consumerue cfidence and big question is how consumers are feeling. my prediction, that crystal ball the market is going to be a little sideways going forward. that is because what we're not going to see b improvement in corporate earnings. it'soming out a case by case basis but how are onsumers feeling? if they are not spending we won't see much j change. >> julie: you think september is the biggest month of volatility? >> it's more suscepti dble to us and downs because a lot of ngaders coming back from the summer break and engaging in the market again. becausem september from pe stock market perspective, if some negative news it could have more dramatic effect. so a lot of traders are hedging their risks. >> julie: what can we expect in the weeks ahead? >> i think the
there is an amendment to that agreement by the end of next year. host: last question is from michigan, jennifer on the republican line. caller: yes, congressman. i'm a little bit confused. i have a son who his career military so i it supports the military. he was part of the mission to find saddam hussein and i'm very proud of him. i would not have him any other way. i raised him to be a proud american. he did two tours in iraq, came home, did a tour in afghanistan, came home safe, with posttraumatic stress disorder. no doubt getting ready to go back to afghanistan. what in the world are we going to do here? they are putting us in there and failed, rushed us in there and failed. what can we hope to accomplish with all that -- host: thank you. we will pause there, because we understand the question. guest: first of all, thank you so much for the service of your son. i believe the military today is the most extraordinary this country has had in its history in terms of the young men and women who served in the armed forces. i think in afghanistan that achieving the level of stability that afghanis
to that agreement by the end of next year. host: last question is from michigan, jennifer on the republican line. caller: yes, congressman. i'm a little bit confused. i have a son who his career military so i it supports the military. he was part of e mission to find saddam hussein and i'm very proud of him. i would not have him any other way. i raised him to be a proud american. he did two tours in iraq, came home, did a tour in afghanistan, came home safe, with posttraumatic stress disorder. no doubt getting ready to go backo afghanistan. what in the world are we going to do here? they are putting us in there and failed, rushed us in there and failed. what can we hope to accomplish with all that -- host: thank you. we will pause there, because we understand the question. guest: first of all, thank you so much for the service of your son. i believe the military today is the most extraordinary this country has had its history in terms of the young men and women who served in the armed forces. i think in afghanistan that achieving the level of stability that afghanistan is not used as a basis of
the human rights protections of the constitution's in this country. jennifer will discuss a little bit about what is happening across the country. >> good morning, everyone. i want to make mr. conyers for bringing us all together to talk about these very important issues. i have been asked to talk about racial profiling in the context of emigrants. there have been many waves of american history in which there have been anti-democrat laws and policies, but that the federal and state and city level. starting about five years ago, there has been a more recent wave, and states and cities across the country started proposing and enacting laws that were essentially designed to make life very hard for emigrants and to try to drive them out. in the last five years the state legislators have enacted reject proposed thousands of anti- immigrant laws. -- who have proposed thousands of anti-democrat loss. one of those mentioned here was the pennsylvania law, which is a law that prohibited undocumented immigrants from granting and restricted employment as well. there have been similar laws all across the
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